The Rainbow Warrior baseball team avenged last night’s loss to UC Irvine with an offensive explosion today, defeating the Anteaters by a score of 14-2.
Hawaii (16-9, 2-1 BWC) racked up 14 runs on 14 hits against UC Irvine (14-12, 1-2 BWC) to win its second conference game of the season in style with the largest margin of victory on the road since 2005.
Neil Uskali (5-1) put on a show from the mound, going 7.2 innings allowing one earned run on the day.
Leading the 'Bows were standouts Adam Fogel and Johnny Weeks, who both finished 3-for-4 with three RBIs, both scoring once.
Maaki Yamazaki came up big for Hawaii as well, recording three RBIs on 2-for-6 hitting.
The Warriors collected 39 hits on the series to bat .345 against the Anteaters.
Hawaii will travel to Stockton to face Pacific (CA) on Monday night. First pitch between Hawaii and Pacific is slated for 3:00 p.m. HT on Monday at Klein Family Field.
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